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Unit 2 2,995 sqft (278.28 sqm) Restaurant / café opportunity in the heart of Manchester city centre Restaurant coming to Unit 6 Opens Summer 2016 Home Introduction Aerial Description Plan Location Opportunity Gallery Unit 5 Enquire Artist’s impression of exterior view

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Unit 2 2,995 sqft (278.28 sqm) Restaurant / café opportunity in the heart of Manchester city centre
Restaurant coming to Unit 6 Opens Summer 2016
Home Introduction Aerial Description Plan Location Opportunity Gallery Unit 5 Enquire
Artist’s impression of exterior view
55 King Street occupies a prominent position amid the hustle and bustle of Manchester’s Central Business District. Long established
as the city’s central business core the area benefits from a wealth of prestigious office buildings and affluent workers. The location
has excellent connections for shoppers in the city’s main retail areas on St Ann’s Square and The Arndale Centre on Market Street,
which are only a few minutes’ walk away.
King Street has shown strong growth in the leisure and dining market with increasing demand for new sites as regional, national
and London based operators recognise the Central Business District’s potential. Burger & Lobster, Zizzi and Miller & Carter have all
opened recently with Grand Pacific and others coming soon. The food and beverage market in Manchester looks bright and
55 King Street is ideally placed to benefit from this strong city-centre demand.
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Artist’s impression of interior view
Central Business District
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8 Bar area
A landmark building and formerly the headquarters of RBS/NatWest in Manchester. The ground floor at 55 King Street is
15,500 sqft with planning consent for a mix of retail and leisure uses while the six upper floors contain 76,000 sqft of
prestigious office space. Current ground floor tenants include Bang & Olufsen, Whistles & The Red Angel Hair Company
with the introduction of , Manchester’s newest relaxed fine dining experience.
The available ground floor unit is 2,995 sqft along with a large outside seating area. The unit is part fitted with tiled floor,
ceiling, lighting, WC facilities, has A1 & A3 planning consent and is immediately available.
Nearby occupiers include Chaophraya, Miller & Carter, Zizzi, Burger & Lobster, Jamie’s Italian and Browns.
Mouth
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Pall Mall Court
Large, spacious dining area for 99 covers
Bar seating area for 8 covers
New in 2016
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Grafene (Summer 2016)
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Retail Core
Piccadilly Gardens
Tampopo, The Cosy Club,
Hawksmoor, Las Iguanas,
Restaurant Bar & Grill,
Spinningfields
Restaurant
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Burger & Lobster Liquorice
Chaophraya Grand Pacific
Grafene
Honey Jamie’s Italian
Manchester has shown strong growth in the restaurant market in recent
years and in particular central Manchester. 2014 saw the opening of a
number of major restaurants in the city including Bill’s, El Capo, The
Botanist, Fazenda and Thaikhun.
Early in 2015 Iberica, Miller & Carter and Fumo were added successfully
alongside popular London concept Hawksmoor, while Burger & Lobster
arrived on King Street, and the Corn Exchange development opened its
doors for trade.
2016 has already welcomed El Gato Negro to King Street and the eagerly
anticipated Grafene will open in July.
Widely recognised as being the city’s business core, the Central Business
District has a significant population of affluent workers making 55 King
Street the ideal location for further restaurant growth, benefitting from its
potential as a lunchtime and evening destination.
CACI research carried out demonstrates that:
The CBD has a significant population of affluent workers
The working population includes large numbers of Acorn groups with
high disposable income
These workers are cash rich, time poor with a high propensity to eat out
Manchester city centre has the 4th highest worker spend potential in the UK
Manchester city centre has equal market share with the Trafford Centre
55 King Street’s position in the heart of the Central Business District and
close to major retail sites such as Manchester Arndale and St Ann’s Square
give it a solid foundation to benefit from this strong trade from city centre
workers, shoppers and residents.
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